Extended Stay America - Indianapolis - North - Carmel39.92971, -86.10236
The 3-star Extended Stay America - Indianapolis - North - Car is set about 9 km from Conner Prairie Interactive History Park.
The property is situated 20 km away from Richard Petty Driving Experience .
Merkez airport is about 30 minutes by car.
The property comprises 72 non-smoking rooms appointed with free wireless internet, individual climate control, pay TV, a dressing area and a personal computer as well as a microwave, coffee/tea makers and an oven. Guests can take advantage of a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer supplied in the bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
Claddagh Irish Pub with Irish specialties is just around the corner.
The on-site boat rentals are also available.
Extended Stay America Indianapolis - North pampers guests with barbeque grills, a swimming pool and a tennis court.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 72.
On-site car park
Late check-in/ -out
Bar/ Lounge area
Coffee/Tea in lobby
Seasonal outdoor pool
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
- Tennis court
- Golf course
- Wake up service
- Continental breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Free breakfast
- Business centre
- Children's play area
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- BBQ facilities
- Spa centre
- Air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
18 years or adultsExtra bedUSD 5There are no cots provided in a room.
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed1 Queen-size bed, 2 Double beds
1 Queen-size bed
1 Queen-size bed
1 Queen-size bed
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
Nothing apart from the staff who tried very hard to sort out our problems.
Hotel was overbooked and the room type that we had booked via Booked.net was not available. Alternative room was dirty, no bed linen was available for the pull out sofa bed - we had to wait whilst the staff dried some clean sheets and blankets. We were moved for 1 night but could not keep the room for the following two nights. When we arrived at 10p.m. the following night to collect the keys for the alternative room that we were given, we found that the room had not been cleaned since the previous guests and the hotel had no clean bed linen available. The staff tried to find us alternative accommodation which proved to be very difficult as all the hotels in the are were fully booked. We spoke via telephone to the hotel manager who promised us that they would refund the money we had paid for the previous night's stay and thy would also refund the money we paid for the following 2 nights at an alternative hotel if we emailed a copy of the receipts on our return home. We did this several days ago and to date we have not even had the courtesy of a reply. Disgusting!
Best bed #
The door to my room was left open when I arrived ...made me a but apprehensive v
Gen. Mgr Sue was friendly and kind to discount our horrible stay.
Bed was uncomfortable; towels were like sandpaper; air conditioner was noisy--sounded like an alarm all night long; "grab & go" breakfast didn't have any drinks--not water or milk and coffee maker was broken; water tasted horrible out of sink; water pressure in shower was lame; comfort-er was not comfort-able. We told staff about A/C but unable to fix within our 3 night stay.
we only had to stay one night.
the staff could have been friendly. that would have made us feel welcome. the office looked like a trailer park. the breakfast is a total joke. we forgot how much we detested extendedstay last year in charleston.
Big room, free coffe and tea, quiet location
Far away from center but everything you need is near: gas station with supermarket, several restaurants and etc.
Basement accommodations felt unsafe with thin glass windows, had bug on nightstand, stepped in dog poop at the side entrance, major plumbing leak through the ceiling in bathroom onto all of my toiletries, woke to gushing water at 5am.
Absolutely overpriced! The furnishings are old and beat up, and there were no amenities. I believe the hotel took advantage of charging nearly $200 per night because there were tournaments in town......truly a shame for what was provided.
Bed was uncomfortable, usually sleep good in a hotel but not this one.. Sorry I can't be more descriptive
Room only made up every 8 days
The pros: comfortable bed, close to stores and restaurants, large room. The cons: there were alot of working men staying there and they were drunk and piling up beer cans outside of their door. They were using colorful language out in the hallway even though there were children around. The hotel does not enforce quiet time. The room itself was pretty outdated and dirty. Every time I sat on the couch dust was flying everywhere. The handles on the stove were sticky and gross. There were nictoine stains, but this is supposed to be a smoke free hotel. Worst of all there is no elevator. My bag was very heavy and I had to haul it up two flights of stairs.
The bed, the TV the kitchen, no complaints.
The very, very noisy person next door. Was yelling, banging noises on I don't know what. Almost called the police.
Close to our tournament site
Air and heat did not work, unclean, limited options for breakfast and no coffee made when we went to get some..
The new hotel was nice, but being that we had ridden motorcycles 5 hrs already, the thought of another hr ride to venue wasn't so appealing..ended up taking a cab and added $150 to out trip.
We reserved a room in March for a August event, and the day before we were to arrive, they called and changed our location to a hotel another 40 mile further away from our concert venue.
Room was okay
Pool was closed for maintenance poor time for that. Towels were ruff could only get more by turning in used ones. Sister had to pay for room not needed. Should be able to get money back there lots of open rooms.
Shady residents. Having to smell pot smoke from several rooms. "Guest" leaving exterior doors propped open. I suspect drug sales from extended staying residents.